Laboratory information system – Where are we today?

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Here is an interesting journal article from the Journal of Medical Biochemistry entitled "Laboratory information system – Where are we...

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Posted by John Jones (Discussions: 1, Comments: 2)
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Hi John. Surely a great description of the impact of a good implementation. It surprises me though that the project only focusses on process improvements. I think in the current days re-use of data for scientific purposes should be leading as well.
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Corne Nous
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Posted by Corne Nous (Discussions: 0, Comments: 3)
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Corne Nous, in the case of a medical LIS, how are you envisioning data re-use? What data is there to reuse?
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Just noticed that here LIMS stands for lab information medical and scientific. Very appropriate. I feel data reuse will be needed for scientific reasons, in research labs. Just my 2 cents.
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Posted by Yi Feng (Discussions: 0, Comments: 1)
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I must admit I am more R&D and QC focussed. But what about support on diagnosis, trending, epidemic investigations and whatever more?
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Posted by Corne Nous (Discussions: 0, Comments: 3)
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Allthough I am not an expert on medical data I can imagine several opportunities. Apart from cost/benefit analysis, data could help in the diagnosis, statistical analysis of disease patterns or epidemies. Is this the wrong thinking?
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Posted by Corne Nous (Discussions: 0, Comments: 3)
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Yi Feng, that slant on the definition of LIMS is just a sort of cheeky bit. I know that is not the real definition but like you say, it does fit.
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Posted by John Jones (Discussions: 1, Comments: 2)
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Corne Nous, there is an opportunity to make data sharable within an open data context but the data has to have any PHI data bits removed. Of course that is the case in clinical trials.
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